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Law in Sport · Jun 10, 2015

When is there a right to replay a football match? FIFA, UEFA and The FA laws on fielding an ineligible player

Consider this scenario: a football club fields an ineligible 1 or suspended player in a match...

Law in Sport · Aug 27, 2014

Whom to sue before the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)?

Christian Keidel and Alexander Engelhard discuss the difficulties in determining the correct respondent(s) in appeal proceedings before CAS against decisions taken by FIFA and UEFA bodies...

Law in Sport · Aug 9, 2014

Celtic benefit again from UEFA ruling on player ineligibility

In this blog, Adam Lovatt examines the seemingly controversial decision by UEFA to eliminate Legia Warsaw from this season’s Champions League for fielding an ineligible player, a decision that has led to the reinstatement of Celtic now giving them the chance to qualify...

Law in Sport · Apr 23, 2014

Breach of football competition rules: Fielding an ineligible player explained

In this blog, Adam Lovatt highlights the ongoing issue affecting football clubs of ineligible players appearing in breach of club competition rules...

Law in Sport · Feb 10, 2014

European Football Sports Law News 10 Feb 2014

Offensive banners at Celtic Park The Scottish Professional Football League has found that an offensive banner was displayed by Celtic fans during a home match against Aberdeen in November 2013...

Law in Sport · Mar 1, 2010

Rangers manager Walter Smith lets rip at Celtic over referee criticism

Walter Smith delivered a withering blast at Celtic for cranking up the heat on referee Dougie McDonald after Rangers secured a dramatic, last-gasp O** F*** triumph...

Law in Sport · Feb 25, 2010

Celtic raise concerns to SFA over referee decisions

Celtic have confirmed that they have met with the Scottish Football Association to express concerns about refereeing standards...

Law in Sport · Jan 23, 2010

Celtic set to sign Danish striker

Celtic manager Tony Mowbray’s bid to freshen up his squad took another step forward yesterday as the Scottish giants’ £1m bid for Danish striker Morten Rasmussen was accepted by the player’s club Brondby...

Law in Sport · Jan 20, 2010

Tony Mowbray says talk of Celtic selling Scott Brown is ‘nonsense’

Celtic have reacted furiously to the suggestion that they will attempt to sell the influential midfielder Scott Brown in the current transfer window...

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